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Dewey’s read-a-thon

I’ve always been a bookworm and this weekend I got a chance to really indulge by participating in Dewey’s 24-hour read-a-thon. It started at 11pm local time. Not being masochistic enough to go for the full 24-hours, I made sure to get a good night’s sleep (really, it’s safer for everyone). My tweets tell the […]

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Dewey’s Read-a-thon preparation

With Conflux now well and truly over, I’ve been preparing for the next event on my calendar: Dewey’s 24-hour read-a-thon. I mentioned this event in my September signal boosts, but wanted to give it a bit more attention now that it is drawing closer. The read-a-thon is one of the few things that keeps Mt […]

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Convention report: Conflux 10

Earl Grey Editing took a bit of a break over the last week so I could recover from attending Conflux 10. As I have mentioned before, Conflux is a speculative fiction convention and this year it ran from Friday 3 October until Monday 6 October. While not exclusively aimed at authors, it does have a […]

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September signal boosting

There are a lot of great events happening in the next few weeks. Below are a few I’m keeping on my radar. Dewey’s Read-a-thon As I’m sure you’ve gathered by now, I love books and may in fact be a bit of an addict. One of the very few things that stops my Mount To-Be-Read […]

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Conflux 10

Conflux is Canberra’s annual convention for speculative fiction writers and is an event that’s close to my heart. I attended Conflux for the first time in 2009. I’d never been to a convention before and, being an introvert, I found the idea to be intimidating. I know I’m not the only one. However, as one […]

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A More Diverse Universe 2014

A More Diverse Universe is a very simple reading challenge with straightforward requirements. The sign-up post asks participants to: Read and review one book Written by a person of color During the last two weeks of September (September 14th – 27th)  As with many of the reading challenges I participate in, I first heard about […]

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